Podcasts

Diagnostic Dialogues


 

Hot topics in Diagnostics - medical luminaries exchange ideas and preview trends on issues facing hospitals and health systems.
Thought leaders discuss hot topics for hsopitals and health systems, share cutting-edge research and identify what's next in diagnostic medicine.


 

Optimize Oncology Care with Clinical Pathways

Author(s): Fesko, Y
Date: Friday, May 14, 2021
Specialties: Oncology, Pathology
Description: This episode features Yuri Fesko MD, with clinical pathways to help guide diagnosis and treatment in oncology. In this session, Dr Fesko discusses: • How clinical pathways can make an impact for hospitals to improve oncology outcomes • The critical importance of collaboration for pathologists and oncologists • The future of oncology care in integrated health systems Read more 

COVID-19: Supporting Safety for the Front Line

Author(s): Bellos, N
Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Specialties: COVID-19, Infectious Disease
Description: Today’s podcast features Dr Nicholaos Bellos with strategies that are helping some health systems best operate in today's healthcare environment. In this session, Dr Bellos discusses the ease of viral transmission and what health systems can do to mitigate risk, diagnostic solutions, guidelines, and best practices to ensure safety for the front line, and the future of health systems in the post-pandemic landscape Read more 

About Diagnostics Dialogues from Quest Diagnostics

Author(s): Alagia III, DP
Date: Monday, April 05, 2021
Specialties: HCP, Laboratory
Description: When we asked Dr. Alagia his goals for this podcast, he told us, "I think the podcast project gives our doctors and our scientists at Quest a voice. It connects us with the outside community. We work with a lot of folks who live in the laboratories, who live in the hospitals, who do great work here. It's essential work. Everything starts with the lab. We can't treat a patient without laboratorians and all the work that they do. We wanted to make sure that people understood how number one, important they are, but how powerful their intellects are in terms of contributing to patient care. Without them, everything stops." Read more